To staff a new Hungarian service-center with 700 employees, Vodafone in the UK have asked British staff the center might displace whether they'd like to relocate to the EU country.

To fill a new Hungarian service-center with 700 employees, Vodafone in the UK have asked British staff (that the center might displace) if they’d like to relocate to the EU country. The Telegraph says:

Vodafone is “inviting” some of its staff to move to Hungary after the mobile phone giant decided to base a service centre in the low-cost country to handle the group’s financial processes and transactions world-wide. It will not handle telephone customers’ bills.

A spokesman said: “We’re saying that some jobs may move to the [shared service] centre. But we will give employees a chance, where possible we will ensure employees have adequate time to plan their future.”

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